Yehudah Glick has a reputation as a radical redheaded rabblerouser, but since entering the Knesset he has confounded his critics with an often progressive agenda.
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"When at every corner you see that the man is a savage, I tried to ignore and believe despite it all. I was wrong!"
One of the first things that struck Glick upon becoming a lawmaker at the end of May was the way MKs spoke to and treated one another.
Glick, who advocates for allowing Jews to pray on the Temple Mount, survived an assassination attempt in 2014 after being shot four times.
Temple Mount activist in line to enter Knesset thanks to so-called mini-Norwegian Law.
He will contest the 33rd spot on the electoral list which is reserved for a representative from Judea and Samaria, although it is almost certainly out of reach for the Likud party.
Prime minister is responding to Mahmoud Abbas' letter to the family of Yehuda Glick's suspected shooter.
Glick’s father and others close to him say Glick had complained to police at least five times recently about threats, but was not provided protection.